Skeletal muscle metabolism in mice bearing adenocarcinoma. II. Histochemical alterations in acid and alkaline phosphatases.

Abstract

In Swiss albino mice bearing adenocarcinoma the degree of pathological damage as revealed by the activities of acid and alkaline phosphatases is greater in skeletal muscles closely proximal to the tumor site than in those away from it. Acid and alkaline phosphatases in myofibres of triceps, pectoralis and gastrocnemius muscles show a direct relationship… (More)

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